Domain brokers and domain brokerages are responsible for facilitating millions of dollars of domain name sales each year. A domain name broker can either help a domain owner find a buyer, assist a domain buyer’s acquisition effort, or work as a third party to successfully negotiate the close of a domain sale. This list of domain brokers may be helpful to someone looking to work with a broker on selling a domain name.
If you are looking for more general information about what a domain broker does and how a broker can help, you may be interested in reading this handy domain broker guide. If you are already knowledgable about the services offered by a domain broker or brokerage, you can see a list of domain brokers and services below.
Some of the brokers and companies on the list offer private / anonymous domain acquisition services, some have a periodic domain sales newsletter, and others work on behalf of a domain owner to sell a domain name. Be sure you are familiar with the domain broker’s policies and price structure prior to engaging the broker for services. Most domain brokers work on a sales commission basis, meaning they are paid a percentage of the sale price.
Domain Brokers and Brokerage Services (alphabetical order):
- Brannans.com (David Clements)
- Buckley Media Group (Kate Buckley)
- Domain Holdings
- Evergreen (Adam Strong and Jen Sale)
- Giuseppe Graziano
- Grit Brokerage
- Guta.com (George Hong)
- Hilco Digital (Andrew Miller)
- Larry Fischer
- Lumis, Inc.(Hobi Michalec)
- Mark Monitor
- Media Options (Andrew Rosener)
- NameCorp (Alan Dunn)
- Name Experts (Joe Uddeme)
- Name Ninja (Bill Sweetman)
- Names Plus Marketing (Alan Hack)
- Saw.com (Jeff Gabriel)
This may only be a partial list of domain brokers that I know about, and there is no fee to be listed. I do not endorse any domain brokers or brokerages, and I cannot be held responsible for any dealings with a domain broker or other domain name service or company. This list is for informational purposes only. Always do your due diligence before hiring a domain broker and be sure to use a licensed escrow service to transact, even if a domain broker is used to sell or buy a domain name.